Nsca strength and conditioning book pdf

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But when I was offered the position of Head Strength Coach at a local high school, I had to become certified first. I found that their sample questions give you a very good idea about what to expect on the exam, but there just weren't enough of them to cover the vast content of the text in sufficient detail. So, I created this interactive e-book to help others prepare for the exam :. This version is ideal for those who plan to take the computer-based version of the test because the interactive format provides immediate feedback on the 43 chapter quizzes and the question exam simulations. The book is filled with images photos, graphics, animations, and videos to further simulate the content and format of the actual exam. Please note that the questions included in this e-book are not identical to those in any of the NSCA materials due to copyrighting.
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You redeem the code on the VitalSource Bookshelf. The physical demands of tactical professions such as military, law enforcement, and fire and rescue require those workers to be in top physical condition to perform their jobs well and decrease the risk of injury. Editors Brent A. Alvar, Katie Sell, and Patricia A. Deuster have extensive experience as scholars and practitioners in their respective fields. They have assembled a team of distinguished contributors who bring to light current trends in strength and conditioning through their combined experiences as professionals in the fields of academia, athletic training, firefighting, law enforcement, military, nutrition, physical therapy, and strength and conditioning. The contributors not only provide foundational knowledge of exercise physiology and biomechanical movement patterns, but they also comprehensively review all of the components necessary for TSAC Facilitators to design and operate successful training programs for tactical athletes.

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